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Researchers identify new mechanism for keeping DNA protein in line

12:06 EDT 29 Jun 2017 | Physorg.COM

The actions of a protein used for DNA replication and repair are guided by electrostatic forces known as phosphate steering, a finding that not only reveals key details about a vital process in healthy cells, but provides new directions for cancer treatment research.

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